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Triplet Baby Shower Cake
Shower cake for triplets (two boys and a girl). 10" pound cake with fresh strawberry filling and smbc covered in fondant. I admittedly hate the border and would do a fondant brown border if I had a redo.
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3/8/13 at 6:05am
Cake Club: This is soo soo cute! Great job! Yes, the bottom border is totally out of place, but I see what you were going for. I would also recommend going to the next level and doing a fondant cake drum with a ribbon around it. Also- very tiny nitpicky detail- maybe use a smaller tip to glue the pearls on the middle of the flowers, as you can see the white icing behind them. I love the cake!
3/8/13 at 6:28am
Cake Club: I really like your cake. Sweet and simple. The bird's nest with the coconut is a great idea, a bit more coconut is needed to completely cover the frosting? I might also add a simple wing to the birds to make them pop a bit.
3/8/13 at 10:15am
Cake Club! Agree about the wing and bottom border. I would like to add that I think your blossoms may be a bit large for the pearls you used in the center. Maybe a slightly smaller flower with one pearl or same size flowers but 3 pearls for the center. Other then that great execution and very cute cake!
3/8/13 at 10:22am
Cake Club: I also agree with the boarder and maybe making the birds a bit more dimenstional. I probably would have used slightly smaller flowers rolled a bit thinner. I think a plain round board covered in fondnt or simple color would have been a bit better, the scallops don't match the clean look of the cake.
That said, I like the concept a lot, what a cute idea for a baby shower; the eggs are adorable.
3/8/13 at 12:23pm
Cake Club comment: Sooo cute! I think some color on the flowers would be nice, as would leaves. I know a lot of people wouldn't agree with me but a Wilton course goes a long way towards learning several nice, simple piped borders. I don't know which course includes that. Another option would be to make the border match to nest.
3/10/13 at 9:45am
Love it! I would have scrapped the chocolate border and done branches in round strings, rather than cut flat. Other than that, LOVE!
7/13/13 at 6:13pm
Cake Club: I think the border would be fine if all the black details were brown. The black is what does it for me. So just my opinion, but I think the cake is simple in a good way. Its very clean and cute.
2/27/14 at 5:19pm
I like the border, but might have chosen white instead. I would have done the branches in brown instead of black, added the wings to the birds, maybe some speckle on the eggs, and that's it. Adorable design!
5/29/14 at 8:48am
I am cleaning out my favorites, please don't think that people don't like it because #'s drop. Sometimes we just have to clean out stuff. Can't find anything anymore, soooo I have organized these photos in my OWN folders since there is no way to organize them on this site. I still love it even though my "favorite" is gone.
Why is it that no one can just give you a compliment? I think it is very cute, period. EVERYone would've done it a little differently, good grief! lol
5/29/14 at 9:28am
Tracy asked for critique from The Cake Club to help give her pointers, advice, areas of improvement, compliments, etc. This is a perfect example of why it is VERY important that you not only put in the description of your photo that you are asking for critique from the Cake Club but also very important if you are giving critique from the Cake Club you state that before you make a critique. People will read these comments for years to come and think we are all being big meanies. We aren't, we come from here:
5/31/14 at 9:28am
Wow, I've been on CC for a few years and don't know of the Cake Club. Forgive my ignorance. I have learned a LOT from you all. Having my degree in psychology, it sounded like classic passive/aggressive behavior. I didn't realize. Now, if I see a Cake Club comment, I will know what it means, lol. Thanks for the correction and info.
5/31/14 at 9:40am
That's OK! I set up the rules because you aren't the first to look at stuff like this and say "wow no way am I posting a photo people are going to rip me apart!" Anyway this a great reminder for us! Thanks :D
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